1. And the thirsty wilderness shall be glad
and the valley shall rejoice
and it shall be covered with saffron.
2. And she will rejoice like the ibex,
and, with the glory of Lebanon,
she shall be given to hear through praises,
and the adornment of Carmel,*
and Sharon* shall be given to her;
these shall see the glory of Maryah,*
and the glory of Allahan.*
3. Enlightenment and encouragement for the feeble
that a Savior shall come to them.
3. The hands that have lost their grip* shall be strengthened
and the knees that shake shall be made firm.
4. Say to those who are small of heart,
"Be strengthened and be not afraid,
behold, your loyal Allaha* shall come,
the Savior Allaha* shall come and save you.
5. Then the eyes that were blinded shall be opened
and the ears of the dumb shall be opened.
6. At that time the lame shall [paw the earth*] like a stag
and the tongue of the stutterer shall be loosed,*
because the waters shall flow in the wilderness
and torrents through the creeks.
7. And there shall be lakes in the land of ruins,
and springs of water in the desiccated areas;
there shall grow bushes, reeds and papyrus in the home of the jackals.
8. And there shall be an avenue there,
and it shall be called the holy way,
and no defilement shall pass through her,
and there shall be no way for that,
and the fools shall not go astray there.*
9. And there shall be no Aryah* there,
and no evil creatures shall ascend there,
and the Saved cannot be found there or* go there.
10. Those saved by Maryah* shall turn around
and they shall enter Zion while singing praises,
and forever* there shall be joy over their heads;
they shall memorialize in happiness and joy,
[their] torment and sighing shall flee away.
*35:2.1 Lit. Aramaic: "Karmalah."
*35:2.2 Lit. Aramaic: "Sharonah."
*35:2.3 Lit. Aramaic retained: "The Lord." Reference is to Eashoa the Messiah.
*35:2.4 Lit. Aramaic retained: "Our God."
*35:4.1-2 Lit. Aramaic retained: "God."
*35:6.1 Lit. Ar. id.: "Strike with aim."
*35:6.2 Lit. Ar. id.: "Be extended out."
*35:8 NB! Prophecy regarding the beginning of the Apostolic Age and the first Church of the East.
*35:9.1 Lit. Aramaic retained: "Lion." Prophecy regarding Arianism, the pagan religion that worshipped the lion, started by Arius the Greek patriarch of Alexandria. Arianism is the doctrine that denies that the Messiah is one substance with the Father.
*35:10.1 Lit. Aramaic retained: "Lord." Reference is to Eashoa the Messiah.
*35:10.2 Lit. Ar. id.: "L'Al-meen." "For all the universes."